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International and national standards for children's bicycles are 12 ", 16 "and 20". The requirements of children of different ages and heights have been fully taken into account when setting the standards. The seat and handlebar heights of children's bicycles are adjustable, so they can meet the needs of children of a certain age.
A typical car can accompany a child's growth for about two years. 12 inch car is generally suitable for 1 year old 8 months to 4 years old children (child height 85 cm ~ 1 m 1) 16 inch car is generally suitable for 3 ~ 6 years old children (child height 1 m 05 ~ 1 m 25) 20 inch car is generally suitable for 5 ~ 10 years old children (child height 1 m 2 ~ 1 m 5), if you want to make full use of children's bicycles, It is economical to buy a 12-inch car for your child after the age of one and a half, and then change to a 16-inch one after two years of riding, and then to a 20-inch one after two years of riding. When many parents choose children's bicycles, they always hope that the children's bicycles they choose can be ridden for more years. Therefore, the information obtained from other mothers includes the saying that 14 inches can be ridden for more years than 12 inches. But when they buy them, they often find that sellers do not have 14 inches children's bicycles, which is actually a misunderstanding. The 14 - and 18-inch cars were non-standard, so fewer were produced. And 14 inch car between 12 and 16 inches, are often the parents missed the time to buy 12 "car to the child, the child size is large, but ride a 16-inch almost, so I think to buy a 14 inches more than 12 inches can ride a few years, 14 inch car also can actually ride for two years, at the time of transfer and will encounter 20-inch car almost, Buy 16 inch car and feel riding time is short, have to buy 18 inch car problem. I'm gonna need another 20-inch soon. Therefore, it is actually economical to buy a 12-inch car for children after the age of one and a half, and then change to a 16-inch car after two years of riding, and then to a 20-inch car after two years of riding.